Tyler’s Barbeque

2014 Paramount
Amarillo, TX 79109

Phone: 806-331-2271
Hours: Tue-€“Sat 11-€“8
Website: tylersbarbeque.com/
Twitter: @tylersbarbeque
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tylersbarbeque

Opened 2010
Pitmaster Tyler Frazer
Method Mesquite; indirect-heat pit
Pro Tip The green-chile-and-grilled-onion mac and cheese is served only on Thursdays.

TMBBQ Rating: 4

Texas Monthly BBQ Top 50


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Ribs never do you wrong at Tyler's
Craig Hutchinson @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-10-29 18:22:17
Great ribs today. Perfect smoke and candied on the outside
Craig Hutchinson @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-10-24 05:08:08
Great ribs and brisket!
Craig Hutchinson @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-10-12 04:55:56
This place is the real deal. Best BBQ in the panhandle by far! Great brisket and good ribs. Sides were really good as well. The owner/pitmaster was very accommodating and seemed to really love his craft. It shows in the quality of the food!
Rick Toumbs @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-07-31 23:51:55
Very good ribs. Not fall off the bone. More they have sweet thick meat. That's very satisfying biting into
Jeevan Gowda @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-03-27 20:49:55
Pork ribs were best I've ever had. Loved the Red Panther sauce; it works more than 60% of the time.
Rahul Yaratha @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-03-01 14:00:19
Great brisket! Sauce is excellent as well. Very friendly staff. Ribs have a unique sweet smokey taste.
Jon Alipanah @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2014-01-28 17:12:25
Excellent barbecue in a funky converted Long John Silver's just off I-40. Friendly, helpful counter service from folks who seem happy to be here. Tasty ribs, flavorful sausage, and great lean brisket but the surprise was the outstanding green chile stew. High prices keep this from a four star rating and they're merchandising like crazy. $5 for a TM Top 50 koozie? Pass. Get here early as they tend to start running out of meats by 6pm.
Ed Dravecky @ Tyler’s Barbeque, 2013-09-14 18:58:14
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May 14, 2013

Our first visit to Tyler’s Barbeque was a failure. The staff was friendly and the food was great, particularly the tender brisket with its peppery crust and subtle smoke ring, but we arrived too late to try the pork ribs, whose praises were being sung all over the High Plains. So we did what any true barbecue connoisseur would do: after consoling ourselves with the sausage (four kinds!) and drowning our sorrows in some tasty…

June 12, 2012

I have a GUEST REVIEWER from the Lubbock area. I met Marshall Scott over a plate of brisket at Pecan Lodge. He’s been searching all over the Panhandle and West Texas for decent smoked meats with little success until landing on Tyler’s in Amarillo. I asked if he’d write a review for the blog since I missed it on my trip up that way, so here it is. Located on I-40 down the road from…